Seal Of Awesome (2)

Welcome to my weekly roundup of AWESOME. Inspired by Best Week Ever on VH1, the Seal Of Awesome has links to some of the best posts from book blogosphere over last week.

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Seal Of Awesome

 

Best.Reviews.Ever.

Chachic gives attention to backlist title Clockwork Heart by Dru Paligssotti. “It’s only the middle of the year but I have a feeling that this book will make it to my best of 2011 list.”

Michelle Galleysmith has this to say about Awaken by Katie Kacvinsky: “It was so fan-freakin-tastic I think every one of you should put it on your must have list..”

Nicole at Word For Teens orders everyone to pick up Mistwood by Leah Cypress: “Do not make my mistake of putting off reading this.
Stop whatever you’re reading if you have this in your to be read pile and pick it up. Now.”

Looking for a great summer read? Tara at Fiction Folio recommends Moonglass by Jess Kirby: “Moonglass is the perfect book to add to your summer reading list”

Erin at Forever Young Adult reviews the WORST BOOK IN HISTORY, My Sweet Audrina by VC Andrews stating: “Audrina Adare is the dumbest person alive.  She can’t tell time and she’s afraid of colors”

Best.Discussions.Ever

Donna at Bites ponders The Hold Of YA: “I think, especially for adults, YA is as escapist as you can get.”

The Book Smugglers ponder about Book Blogger Convention And The Relationship Between Bloggers And Publishers: “And the worst part is, we’ve noticed that this assumption of being indebted to publishers stems from bloggers.”

Michelle at Galleysmith ruminates on Standards, Organization, And Relationship Building: “..what stuck out to me was this whole idea of standardization”

Melissa at I Swim For Oceans questions Are Book Bloggers Too Critical: “I’ve noticed lately that it’s harder and harder for me to give five star reviews, and actually a few readers of my blog commented on my lack of five star reviews, asking why I give so few”

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About April (Books&Wine)

April is 27 years old and created Good Books And Good Wine. She works for a non-profit. In her free time she can be found reading, working out, or eating junk food. She often wears her sunglasses at night.

Comments

  1. Yay new stuffs to read!

  2. You are love! Thanks for linking to my article! :)

  3. Fantastic post – great way to share top-notch posts with those of us that may have missed them!

  4. Oh wow, can’t believe my review is included here. Thank you so much, April. :) Off to read the other posts linked.

  5. I’m so far behind on my blog commenting! Thank you for the awesomeness! :) It comes back at you ten fold. :)

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